Evening Angles: trainer stats, RPRs and debut strike-rates for Kempton tonight
Using the Racing Post's unrivalled bank of stats, we pick out three horses to back at Kempton tonight based on trainer form, RPRs and, tonight's wild card, training newcomers . . .
Angle: James Tate has won with fourof his last eight runners
Newmarket-based trainer James Tate has his string firing on all cylinders at present and could pick up another winner with Percy Alexander. The three-year-old colt has not shown a great deal in three starts, although his best performance on RPRs came here.
However, the addition of a first-time visor could make a big difference, and the switch to handicap company for the first time should be a further aid. Like Tate, jockey Oisin Murphy is also in fine form.
Angle: Produced a career-best RPR when winning here a week ago
Jai Hanuman is clearly improving quickly, albeit from a lowly level, as he chases a quickfire hat-trick of all-weather wins.
His last two successes, both over a mile at Newcastle and then this course, were easy wins, and the five-year-old could keep up his winning streak on the back of a career-best RPR.
Angle:William Haggas has a 25 per cent strike-rate with three-year-old newcomers at Kempton
William Haggas hands Just Benjamin a racecourse debut in the three-year-old 7f novice stakes. Although the Epaulette gelding does not boast a fancy price tag, he is related to a few winners and this does not look the strongest of starting points.
Five of the 13 runners are making their racecourse debut, and those with experience in the book do not set a massively daunting standard to aim at.
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